Beach ReporterWith SB 5's passage, Redondo Beach could get funds to covert AES to open spaceBeach ReporterRedondo Beach is one step closer to potentially turning a portion of the AES power plant site into open space under a parks bond measure expected to go before California voters in 2018. Senate Bill 5, which calls for $4 billion for a variety of park […]
Los Angeles TimesRedondo Beach halts mixed-use developments after residents raise concerns about trafficLos Angeles TimesThe Redondo Beach City Council has placed a nearly one-year moratorium on mixed-use development, a move that comes amid a statewide housing shortage driving up rents and home prices. The 10½-month ban, which passed unanimously Tuesday ... […]
The Daily BreezeRedondo Beach, Legado reach settlement over controversial mixed-use projectThe Daily BreezeThe developer behind a controversial mixed-use project planned for an aging strip mall in south Redondo Beach has reached a settlement with the city to build a smaller version under more strict conditions. Legado's latest plan for the former Bristo […]
Curbed LARedondo Beach is extending its mixed-use building ban—for nearly a yearCurbed LAThe Redondo Beach City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday to extend the city's moratorium on mixed-use developments for 10.5 months, the Los Angeles Times reports. The votes comes amid resident concerns over a scourge of traffic, and extends a ...
The Daily Breeze$4 billion state parks bond measure could help Redondo Beach acquire open space at AES siteThe Daily BreezeThe AES plant will be retired by 2020 because of state regulations targeting coastal power plants that use ocean water to cool steam turbines. Redondo Beach voters defeated a measure brought forward by the power company in March 2015 tha […]